Billboard Hot 100: Justin Bieber stays on top with Daddy Yankee & Luis Fonsi, Miley Cyrus jumps into top 10

Billboard has revealed its Hot 100 singles chart for the week dated June 3, and after several weeks of turnover in the top spot, this week gives us a returning champion. “Despacito” by Daddy Yankee and Luis Fonsi featuring Justin Bieber holds on to number-one after climbing to the top spot last week. That was significant because it was the first mostly Spanish-language song to top the Hot 100 chart since Los Del Rio’s “Macarena” two decades ago.

Not only does the number-one song this week stay the same, but the entire top-five is static. Just like last week, Bruno Mars holds onto number-two with “That’s What I Like,” followed by DJ Khaled‘s “I’m the One” at number-three, “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran at number-four and “Humble” by Kendrick Lamar in fifth position. All of those songs previously occupied the top spot, and they’re all sticking around in the hopes of getting it back.

But the top-10 isn’t entirely without movement. Miley Cyrus makes a giant leap with “Malibu.” In its second week on the chart it ascends from number-64 to number-10. This is her first top-10 hit since “Wrecking Ball” in 2013. To date, “Wrecking Ball” is her only single to reach number-one on the Hot 100, but after this week’s big leap for “Malibu,” she could be on her way to another chart-topper.

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We’ve also still got our eyes on The Chainsmokers, who move back up from number-seven to number-six with “Something Just Like This,” their collaboration with Coldplay. That makes this their 55th straight week in the top-10, inching closer to the record 69 weeks Katy Perry spent in the top 10 from 2010 to 2011. It’s certainly possible for them to catch Perry, though 14 weeks is a long way to go — they’ll need to stick around for another three months, so they might want to get cracking on their next single.

What do you think of this week’s Billboard chart? Do you think Miley Cyrus will supplant Bieber next week? Discuss this and more with your fellow music fans in our forums, and keep up with the latest Gold Derby entertainment news.

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